In the highest tier of Ferrari, roadgoing products, there sits the flagship.
Held to the highest standard, the prancing horse is in constant pursuit of one thing: Bringing the Formula One driving experience to the road.
Though that may have been missing from the likes of the 288 GTO, it all started to come together in the F40. While the F50 is the redheaded stepchild of the lot, it was a game changer in its use of F1 technology. Then along came the Enzo, which was well...the Enzo. Not much more can be said about that.
However, if you've haven't noticed Ferrari has been making significant leaps in its technology AND with its power gains. That's why everyone has their ears to the ground when it comes to the "F70" or as some are calling it, the F150.
Though we can't be sure what the name will ultimately be, what we do know is this. It will likely be the closest any manufacturer has come to putting a roadgoing competition racer on the street. Sort of frightening, isn't it?
While mules have been spotted in and around Maranello, this picture was snapped relatively recently. Although Ferrari clearly made sure to keep it blacked out, you can make out some of the vehicle's design details.